Wellton Terrace Design Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> Look like the weather for the week is going to be rather warm. It will get as high as 30c. Did the sight seeing of the old town, which is one of the nicest so far. Its very beautiful, and not crowded. Plus there are next to no cars allowed in the old parts of the city. Checked out the central market, oh what a great place to visit when your hungry. One of the ex airship hangars was full of shops selling nothing ...
... old merchants home with original furnishings. The artwork on the walls and ceilings was quite elaborate. Entrance was 3.85 Eu but 5.50 Eu with a camera ticket.
... helmet). We first went through the central market, which is made from WW1 zeppelin hangars. We then headed for the Moscow district, which is one of the poorer regions of the city. The buildings there, especially the older wooden ones, were quite run down. Apparently that’s not an area you particularly want to be in at night. We then moved on to the old Jewish quarter, which was also where the Nazis set up a concentration camp for Jews when they invaded in WW2. ...
... we left in a hurry because we didn't want any Latvian exchanges again.
The last stop on our list were the Russian Markets. The markets are housed in old German Zepplin Hangers and are among the largest in Europe. It was not very hard to imagine shopping in Russia when we were inside. There were a bunch of ladies in gigantic fur coats and ridiculous hats wandering about and being loud. Everyone just walked around in a hurry and no one ever heard of the word ...
... Turaida castle in a vast and beautiful green park and Sigulda castle, reached with a panoramic view teleferic - Cēsis, one of the most beautiful towns in Latvia, with medieval castle ruins together with its park, creating a romantic atmosphere in the town. The cobbled streets of Cēsis Old Town have preserved their layout from the Middle Ages, keeping also the old buildings with red tiled roofs, closed yards, and restored facades of the ...